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Tent or Treat?

Tent or Treat?

Antonia Martinez, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

As time approaches closer and closer to Halloween, the Teaching Academy and Kennedy United decided to host John F. Kenned’s first ever Tent or Treat this past Friday the 13th. Head of Teaching Academy...

Students, Get the Help You Need

Students, Get the Help You Need

Melissa Caballero-Martinez, Staff Writer October 27, 2023

Students in need of academic support can attend tutoring sessions offered through, Kennedy and Arc tutoring, and the UCLA AP Readiness Program. These programs are free of charge and each offer...

A maze held by Kennedy leadership students to instate fear in the students.

Kennedy Getting Scared

Jasmine Salas, Staff Writer October 18, 2023

 Horror is a genre that reflects thrilling twisting events and evolving terror. It can range from films, books, plays, or the holiday that takes place on October 31st, Halloween. This can be a perfect...

A piece of artwork.

A Reason for Art

Noah Guerrero, Staff Writer October 13, 2023

Art is more than an image, rather it's a story.  While it may not look as such, art is surprising in that sense.  Every stroke, every blemish, and every idea thought brings meaning and purpose to the...

Student studying for the AP exam

The Management of Kennedy Students Taking AP’s

Melissa Caballero-Martinez, Staff Writer September 21, 2023

Starting last school year, interested Kennedy 9th graders have the option of taking Advanced Placement (AP) courses. AP courses are college-level courses offered to high school students in search of a...

Art Therapy at Kennedy

Art Therapy at Kennedy

Victoria Jimenez, Editor in Chief September 12, 2023

   “I came here to relax and see what this little event had to offer,” said Karen Avila, a participant in the ‘Art Therapy’ being held by the Upstanders club.     The Kennedy  Upstanders...

From Educated To Educator

From Educated To Educator

Christine Chung , Staff Writer May 2, 2023

Seniors participating in the Teaching Academy this year have the opportunity to work for LAUSD in the near future after they receive the necessary curriculum required to educate children.  These preliminary...

Fowlks preparing brownies for Cougar Cafe

Jasmine Fowlks Retiring After 22 Years of Service at Kennedy

Connor I Castro, Staff Writer March 30, 2023

Jasmine Fowlks, a staff member for the Special Ed department and helper for the Cougar Cafe, is retiring.       Fowlks has been to four countries throughout her life, with one of those countries...

Future out of Kennedy

Christine Chung, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

The goal of schools is to prepare their students for their future, yet many  students at Kennedy struggle with this issue and wonder what students can do to prepare. Students at Kennedy are being pushed...

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